Temple

  • 1 temple — [ tɑ̃pl ] n. m. • temple de Salomon 1080; lat. templum 1 ♦ (1170) Didact. Édifice public consacré au culte d une divinité. ⇒aussi église, mosquée, pagode, synagogue. « La crainte a élevé des temples » (Valéry). Consacrer; profaner un temple. 2 ♦… …

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  • 2 Temple — • The Latin form, templum, from which the English temple is derived, originally signified an uncovered area marked off by boundaries; especially the place marked off by the augurs to be excepted from all profane uses Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin… …

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  • 3 temple — 1. (tan pl ) s. m. 1°   Chez les Romains, lieu découvert d où la vue pouvait s étendre, et consacré par les augures. •   Le sénat ne pouvait s assembler légalement que dans un lieu consacré par les augures, auquel on donnait pour cette raison le… …

    Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • 4 Temple — bezeichnet: Temple (Paris) ein ehemaliges Ordensgebiet der Templer in Paris und das in diesem Gebiet gelegene 3. Arrondissement von Paris Temple (Métro Paris) eine U Bahn Station in Paris Teile des ehemaligen Ordensgebiets der Templer in London:… …

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  • 5 Temple d'or —  Pour le film de J.Lee Thompson, voir Le temple d or …

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  • 6 Temple d'A-Ma — Temple d’A Ma Porte d entrée du complexe Présentation Nom local 媽閣廟 Culte Taoïsme, religion traditionnelle chinoise Type …

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  • 7 Temple — Tem ple, n. [AS. tempel, from L. templum a space marked out, sanctuary, temple; cf. Gr. ? a piece of land marked off, land dedicated to a god: cf. F. t[ e]mple, from the Latin. Cf. {Contemplate}.] 1. A place or edifice dedicated to the worship of …

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  • 8 Temple — puede referirse a: Templanza, una virtud. La técnica de pintura denominada pintura al temple. La Orden del Temple, orden medieval de carácter religioso y militar nacida en la primera cruzada. Templado del acero Sir William Temple, estadista y… …

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  • 9 Temple du Hâ — Présentation Culte Protestant Type Temple Dé …

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  • 10 temple — sustantivo masculino 1. Carácter o estado de ánimo de una persona: Tienes que tener mucho temple para que no te desanime. Es un hombre de temple optimista. 2. Capacidad de una persona para no perder los nervios o el control en las situaciones… …

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  • 11 Temple — Temple, GA U.S. city in Georgia Population (2000): 2383 Housing Units (2000): 956 Land area (2000): 6.764119 sq. miles (17.518986 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.095859 sq. miles (0.248273 sq. km) Total area (2000): 6.859978 sq. miles (17.767259 sq …

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  • 12 templė — templė̃ sf. (4) 1. Rtr, BŽ25, DŽ, NdŽ, OGLI165, KŽ, Pl šaunamojo lanko virvelė, styga: Iš jo (medelio) pasidirbo šaudomą lanką, templę nusivijo iš lokio žarnų rš. Lanko templė padaroma iš standžiai suvytos ir įvaškuotos kanapinės virvės rš.… …

    Dictionary of the Lithuanian Language

  • 13 temple — Temple, m. penac. Est le mesmes que Eglise, AEdes aedis, Templum Duquel mot Latin, le François l a prins. Piller le temple, Fanum spoliare. Un temple où il y avoit lieu à laver les mains, Delubrum. Un temple duquel on n avoit rien osté, Integrum… …

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  • 14 temple — temple1 [tem′pəl] n. [ME < OE tempel & OFr temple, both < L templum, temple, sanctuary, orig., space marked out: for IE base see TEMPER] 1. a) a building for the worship of a divinity or divinities b) anything viewed as the dwelling place… …

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  • 15 Temple — an area in central London which contains the Inner Temple and the Middle Temple, two parts of the Inns of Court. Many lawyers and ↑barristers work there. Temple 2 Temple, Shir|ley (1928 ) a US child actress who was very popular during the 1930s.… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 16 Temple — Tem ple, v. t. To build a temple for; to appropriate a temple to; as, to temple a god. [R.] Feltham. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 17 temple — for worship [OE] and temple at the side of the head [14] are distinct words. The former was borrowed from Latin templum, which originated as a term relating to divination, used by priests in ancient times. It denoted a space marked out or ‘cut’… …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 18 temple — for worship [OE] and temple at the side of the head [14] are distinct words. The former was borrowed from Latin templum, which originated as a term relating to divination, used by priests in ancient times. It denoted a space marked out or ‘cut’… …

    Word origins

  • 19 TEMPLE (W.) — TEMPLE WILLIAM (1628 1699) D’origine irlandaise, l’un des plus éminents serviteurs de la Couronne anglaise à l’époque de la Restauration. En fait, sa carrière a été triple. Diplomate habile, William Temple a attaché son nom, entre 1665 et 1678, à …

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  • 20 Temple, GA — U.S. city in Georgia Population (2000): 2383 Housing Units (2000): 956 Land area (2000): 6.764119 sq. miles (17.518986 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.095859 sq. miles (0.248273 sq. km) Total area (2000): 6.859978 sq. miles (17.767259 sq. km) FIPS… …

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